Healthy Balance has extensive experience in delivering on small, medium and large scale consultancy, contract management and campaign services on a national basis. Healthy Balance has delivered and supported the following organisations on a number of initiatives, projects and campaigns:

Private and Public hospitals Non-for-Profit and community groups
Commonwealth, state and local government departments GP divisions of practice and area health services
Small, Private and Public companies Sporting Associations and RSL clubs
The Healthy Balance team of accredited and professionally trained allied health practitioners are also available to provide contract or locum services to private and public organisations throughout Australia ensuring specialised and accredited expertise, continuity of patient care, flexible, cost-conscious and responsive workforce.

Healthy Balance has ample experience in delivering numerous presentations, workshops and education sessions to individuals, organisations and community groups on a variety of health topics.

The Healthy Balance presentations are routinely presented by an accredited practicing dietitian, exercise physiologist or physiotherapist. Provided below are a list of presentation topics that Healthy Balance has recently delivered

Healthy eating
Importance of exercise and regular physical activity
Healthy snack and lunch ideas
Choosing the right foods when working and shopping
Understanding food labels and appropriate food preparation methods
Developing a suitable exercise program and/or demonstration of sample exercises

Healthy Balance specialises in providing a wide range of nutrition and allied health consultancy services to aged care facilities. Services provided to aged care facilities include:

Individual allied health consultations (including podiatry) to residents Educational presentations to residents and staff
Menu review and evaluation Fall prevention assessments
Delivery of relevant exercise programs    

NSW Health identifies falls prevention as a priority for people in Residential Aged care Facilities (RACFs) and the community. 1 in 3 people over 65 years will fall each year. Many of these falls result in morbidity and long term debilitation. Many of these falls are preventable. (Lord SR. Visual risk factors for falls in older people. Age and Ageing 2006;35-S2:42-45.).

Healthy Balance has developed best practice guidelines, assessments and exercise programs to educate and assist elderly patients in helping to prevent falls.